It's also a way to ease in and get a vibe about whether or not they're interested in— you can always retreat quickly.A lot of people find their commute the worst part of their day, but it doesn't have to be.Here are the tips and conversation starters for meeting someone on your commute, whether you're riding the subway or stuck in traffic on the subway.

Many of couples have found love on Facebook, which you can view in Facebook Love Stories, but how can you find just a date in a few days time?

The answer is in making your Facebook page and activity more dateable. Make sure your relationship status is set to "Single." Some people keep their status off of Facebook, but that won't help you find a date very quickly.

Instead of, you know, talking to someone for five weeks on Tinder but within six seconds of meeting them in real life knowing that you're not interested.

"The biggest advantage to meeting potential dates in real life is getting to experience their vibe right away, which is something no online dating platform can deliver," Thomas Edwards, founder of The Professional Wingman, tells Bustle.

"The sage advice to open doors by encouraging others to talk about themselves holds true, but the key to its success is for your questions to arise from genuine interest and curiosity," personal and professional coach Karen Garvey tells Bustle.

"A question that genuinely interests you about someone will resonate as being authentic and lend itself to a conversation." It's a great opener and will let you gauge how interested they are. “No one ever remembers the first thing you say to them,” Relationships expert Benjamin Evans tells Bustle.

"This increases your odds of making good choices on who to go on a date with.

There's no better way to gauge attraction and chemistry than to be physically present with someone."It's too true.

“What you say doesn’t actually matter — most people can’t remember the very first thing their partner said to them.

It just needs to be interesting enough to get their attention and authentic enough so you don’t come off as a fraud.” And the weather is always a safe bet.

"Eye contact allows you to determine if someone is safe, attractive, and whether you want this person to approach you.